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Biomedical unit 5 exam
Agar
Antibodies
Bacillus
Coccus
A culture medium for various microorganisms, particularly for…
Produced by B cells as an immune defense against foreign agen…
Rod-shaped and gram-positive bacteria widely found in soil an…
A spherical bacterium.
Agar
A culture medium for various microorganisms, particularly for…
Antibodies
Produced by B cells as an immune defense against foreign agen…
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Biomedical unit 5 exam
Agar
Antibodies
Bacillus
Coccus
A culture medium for various microorganisms, particularly for…
Produced by B cells as an immune defense against foreign agen…
Rod-shaped and gram-positive bacteria widely found in soil an…
A spherical bacterium.
Agar
A culture medium for various microorganisms, particularly for…
Antibodies
Produced by B cells as an immune defense against foreign agen…
Biomedical Unit 5
Strengthen our immune system... Help calc…
Found foods such as nuts, avocados, an…
In order to travel around the body, ch…
HDL is denser than LDL. This occurs du…
Why do we need fats?
Why is unsaturated fats healthier?
What is LDL?
What is HDL?
Strengthen our immune system... Help calc…
Why do we need fats?
Found foods such as nuts, avocados, an…
Why is unsaturated fats healthier?
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BIOMEDICAL TECHNOLOGY Bioscience Unit 5.00 STUDY GUIDE
1. Pluripotent stem cells
2. DNA
3. Clinical bioscience
4. Genes
What has the capability of developing into all other types of…
What is a nucleic acid found in cells and is usually in a dou…
What kind of research involves using the discoveries of basic…
The basic units of heredity are called __________.
1. Pluripotent stem cells
What has the capability of developing into all other types of…
2. DNA
What is a nucleic acid found in cells and is usually in a dou…
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Biomedical unit 5 exam extra
Agar
Antibodies
Bacillus
Coccus
A culture medium for various microorganisms, particularly for…
Produced by B cells as an immune defense against foreign agen…
Rod-shaped and gram-positive bacteria widely found in soil an…
A spherical bacterium.
Agar
A culture medium for various microorganisms, particularly for…
Antibodies
Produced by B cells as an immune defense against foreign agen…
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Principles of Biomedical Sciences: Unit 5 Key Terms
Antibody
Aseptic technique
Bacillus
Bacteria
An antigen-binding immunoglobulin, produced by B cells, that…
A procedure performed under sterile conditions.
A cylindrical or rod-shaped bacterium.
Single-celled microorganisms that are often aggregated into c…
Antibody
An antigen-binding immunoglobulin, produced by B cells, that…
Aseptic technique
A procedure performed under sterile conditions.
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Unit 5-Biomedical Engineering
Biomedical Engineering
Case Study
Data
Design
Applies fundamentals of engineering to meet the needs of he m…
A broad-based analysis of an engineering problem.
Infromation (measurements or statistics) used as a basis for…
Translation of a concept into a satisfactory, producible, sal…
Biomedical Engineering
Applies fundamentals of engineering to meet the needs of he m…
Case Study
A broad-based analysis of an engineering problem.
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Honors Biomedical Sciences: Unit 5 Terms
Antibody
Aseptic Technique
Bacillus
Bacteria
An antigen-binding immunoglobulin, produced by B cells, that…
A procedure performed under sterile conditions.
A cylindrical or rod-shaped bacterium.
Single-celled microorganisms that are often aggregated into c…
Antibody
An antigen-binding immunoglobulin, produced by B cells, that…
Aseptic Technique
A procedure performed under sterile conditions.
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Unit 5 Key Terms - PLTW Biomedical Sciences
What is an antibody?
What is Aseptic Technique?
What is a Bacillus?
What is Bacteria?
An antigen-binding immunoglobulin, produced by B cells, that…
A procedure performed under sterile conditions
A cylindrical or rod-shaped bacterium
Single-celled microorganisms that are often aggregated into c…
What is an antibody?
An antigen-binding immunoglobulin, produced by B cells, that…
What is Aseptic Technique?
A procedure performed under sterile conditions
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BIOMEDICAL TECHNOLOGY Bioscience Unit 5.00 STUDY GUIDE
1. Pluripotent stem cells
2. DNA
3. Clinical bioscience
4. Genes
What has the capability of developing into all other types of…
What is a nucleic acid found in cells and is usually in a dou…
What kind of research involves using the discoveries of basic…
The basic units of heredity are called __________.
1. Pluripotent stem cells
What has the capability of developing into all other types of…
2. DNA
What is a nucleic acid found in cells and is usually in a dou…
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PLTW Principles of Biomedical Science Unit 5 Infectious Diseases
Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathy
Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy
Epstein Barr Virus
Measles
Kuru, Prion
Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease, Prion
Mononucleosis, Virus
Rubeola, Virus
Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathy
Kuru, Prion
Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy
Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease, Prion
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Principles of Biomedical Science: Unit 5 Key Terms
Antibody
Aseptic Technique
Bacillus
Bacteria
An antigen-binding immunoglobulin, produced by B cells, that…
A procedure performed under sterile conditions.
A cylindrical or rod-shaped bacterium.
Single-celled microorganisms that are often aggregated into c…
Antibody
An antigen-binding immunoglobulin, produced by B cells, that…
Aseptic Technique
A procedure performed under sterile conditions.
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Biomedical Unit 1 test
What person is responsible for providi…
The diameter of blood drop can be used…
The study of the effects of chemicals…
A person is found dead by a neighbor.…
EMT
height from which the drop fell
toxicology
911 operator
What person is responsible for providi…
EMT
The diameter of blood drop can be used…
height from which the drop fell
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Biomedical Science Unit 5 Infectious Diseases
What is the role of an epidemiologist?
Which of the following is a fungal inf…
How could you describe the structure o…
Which of the following is considered a…
This person figures out the mode of transmission and study pa…
Ringworm
Protein
Tapeworm
What is the role of an epidemiologist?
This person figures out the mode of transmission and study pa…
Which of the following is a fungal inf…
Ringworm
Biomedical Unit 2 Test
- Usually occurs in children... - Treated…
- Usually occurs in adults... - Character…
- Can cause poor circulation resulting…
- Mechanisms that help maintain an int…
Type 1 Diabetes
Type 2 Diabetes
Both Type 1 & 2
Feedback
- Usually occurs in children... - Treated…
Type 1 Diabetes
- Usually occurs in adults... - Character…
Type 2 Diabetes
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PLTW Biomedical Science Unit 5 and 6 Key terms
Antibody
Aseptic technique
Bacillus
Bacteria
An antigen-binding immunoglobulin, produced by B-cell, that f…
A procedure done under sterile conditions
a cylindrical or rod-shaped bacterium
a single cell microorganisms that are often aggregated into c…
Antibody
An antigen-binding immunoglobulin, produced by B-cell, that f…
Aseptic technique
A procedure done under sterile conditions
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Unit 5 Key Terms Principles of Biomedical Science - Brown
Antibody
Aseptic Technique
Bacillus
Bacteria
An antigen-binding immunoglobulin, produced by B cells, that…
A procedure performed under sterile conditions.
A cylindrical or rod-shaped bacterium.
Single-celled microorganisms that are often aggregated into c…
Antibody
An antigen-binding immunoglobulin, produced by B cells, that…
Aseptic Technique
A procedure performed under sterile conditions.
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Academy of Biomedical Sciences HBS Unit 5 Vocabulary
Collagen
Connective Tissue
Dermis
Elastin
An insoluble fibrous protein of vertebrates that is the chief…
Animal tissue that functions mainly to bind and support other…
The sensitive vascular inner mesodermic layer of the skin.
A protein that is similar to collagen and is the chief consti…
Collagen
An insoluble fibrous protein of vertebrates that is the chief…
Connective Tissue
Animal tissue that functions mainly to bind and support other…
Principles of Biomedical Sciences Unit 1
Biomedical Science
Control Group
Dependent Variable
Experiment
The application of the principles of the natural sciences, es…
The group in an experiment where the Independant variable bei…
The measurable effect, outcome, or response in which the rese…
A research study conducted to determine the effect that one v…
Biomedical Science
The application of the principles of the natural sciences, es…
Control Group
The group in an experiment where the Independant variable bei…
Biomedical Unit 1 test
What person is responsible for providi…
The diameter of blood drop can be used…
The study of the effects of chemicals…
A person is found dead by a neighbor.…
EMT
height from which the drop fell
toxicology
911 operator
What person is responsible for providi…
EMT
The diameter of blood drop can be used…
height from which the drop fell
Biomedical Science Unit 1
Biomedical Science
Control Group
Dependent Variable
Experiment
the application of the principles of the natural sciences, es…
the group in an experiment where the independent variable bei…
the measurable effect, outcome, or response in which the rese…
a research study conducted to determine the effect that one v…
Biomedical Science
the application of the principles of the natural sciences, es…
Control Group
the group in an experiment where the independent variable bei…
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Biomedical Vocabulary - Unit Two
glucose
glucagon
glucose tolerance test
homeostasis
a simple sugar that is an important energy source in living o…
a hormone formed in the pancreas that promotes the breakdown…
a medical test in which glucose is given and blood samples ta…
the tendency toward a relatively stable equilibrium between i…
glucose
a simple sugar that is an important energy source in living o…
glucagon
a hormone formed in the pancreas that promotes the breakdown…
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Biomedical Unit 1.5
Adenine
Chromosome
Cytosine
Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA)
A component of nucleic acids, energy-carrying moleclues such…
Any of the usually linear bodies in the cell nucleus that con…
A component of nucleic acids that carries hereditary informat…
A double-stranded, helical nucleic acid molecule capable of r…
Adenine
A component of nucleic acids, energy-carrying moleclues such…
Chromosome
Any of the usually linear bodies in the cell nucleus that con…
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BIOMEDICAL TERMINOLOGY CHAPTER 5
-CHEZIA
ENTER/O
DENT/I
DUODEN/O
DEFECATION; ELIMINATION OF WASTE
INTESTINES; USUALLY SMALL
TOOTH
DUODENUM
-CHEZIA
DEFECATION; ELIMINATION OF WASTE
ENTER/O
INTESTINES; USUALLY SMALL
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Biomedical Test: Unit 3
Sickle Cell, Mutation, & Protein Synth…
A sickled red blood cell.
Blood Cancer (Leukemia)
Protein Synthesis. (Know the steps / p…
Sickle Cell, Mutation, & Protein Synthesis Quiz
What kind of cell is this?
This blood smear demonstrates...
What is this process called?
Sickle Cell, Mutation, & Protein Synth…
Sickle Cell, Mutation, & Protein Synthesis Quiz
A sickled red blood cell.
What kind of cell is this?
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Biomedical unit 4
How do the heart and lungs work togeth…
What is the function of valves in the…
How does the structure of arteries and…
Pacemaker
The cardiovascular system is responsible for carrying oxygen…
To prevent the backflow of blood.... -The A-V valves prevent bac…
Blood Vessel Review... -Arteries carry blood away from the heart…
issues with heart rhythm require a pacemaker to maintain a no…
How do the heart and lungs work togeth…
The cardiovascular system is responsible for carrying oxygen…
What is the function of valves in the…
To prevent the backflow of blood.... -The A-V valves prevent bac…
Biomedical core module 5
chromatin
rough endoplasmic reticulum
nucleus(functions)
central dogma(of molecular biology)
dna strand... the term for condensed visible DNA molecules... the r…
synthesis of proteins-- more later
site of transcription... transcription takes place in... cellular s…
DNA to RNA is called transcription(in nucleus)... Through nuclea…
chromatin
dna strand... the term for condensed visible DNA molecules... the r…
rough endoplasmic reticulum
synthesis of proteins-- more later
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Biomedical Key Terms *Unit 1 Test*
Autopsy
Bibliography
Citation
Documentation
An examination of the body after death usually with such diss…
A document showing all the sources used to research informati…
A written reference to a specific work (book, article, disser…
The act of creating citations to identify resources used in w…
Autopsy
An examination of the body after death usually with such diss…
Bibliography
A document showing all the sources used to research informati…
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Biomedical Unit 1 test
What person is responsible for providi…
The diameter of blood drop can be used…
The study of the effects of chemicals…
A person is found dead by a neighbor.…
EMT
height from which the drop fell
toxicology
911 operator
What person is responsible for providi…
EMT
The diameter of blood drop can be used…
height from which the drop fell
PLTW: Biomedical Science Unit 1
5 steps to a crime scene investigation
4 parts to a crime scene
3 primary fingerprint ridge patterns
arch fingerprint
1. Collect evidence... 2. Sketch... 3. Interview... 4. examine... 5. phot…
sketch, legend, key, scale
arch, whorl, loop
5 steps to a crime scene investigation
1. Collect evidence... 2. Sketch... 3. Interview... 4. examine... 5. phot…
4 parts to a crime scene
sketch, legend, key, scale
Biomedical Unit 3 Quiz
Proteins are produced through the proc…
Changes in the genetic material may ca…
The sequence of nucleotides in DNA det…
Explain the process of protein synthes…
Transcription and Translation
Structure and Function
Amino Acids
1. DNA is transcribed into mRNA. ... 2. mRNA goes out of the nu…
Proteins are produced through the proc…
Transcription and Translation
Changes in the genetic material may ca…
Structure and Function
Biomedical: Unit 1
5 Steps of Crime Processing
What Every Sketch Should Include
Information on a Legend
Difference between Presumptive and Con…
Collect Evidence, Sketch the Scene, Photograph, Interview Sus…
Key, Scale, Legend
Date, Time, Day, Location, Temperature
Presumptive: Type of substance is present but can't specifica…
5 Steps of Crime Processing
Collect Evidence, Sketch the Scene, Photograph, Interview Sus…
What Every Sketch Should Include
Key, Scale, Legend
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Career Unit for Biomedical Technology
Clinical Laboratory Scientist
Regulates the level of exposure to rad…
Pathologist
Life Scientist
The laboratory health care professional responsible for perfo…
Federal Government
Medical specialist that frequently determines the cause of de…
The health care professional responsible for developing new d…
Clinical Laboratory Scientist
The laboratory health care professional responsible for perfo…
Regulates the level of exposure to rad…
Federal Government
Unit 4 Biomedical PLTW
What are the chambers of the heart?
What are the valves of the heart?
What are the veins of the heart?
What are the arteries of the heart?
Right atrium, left atrium, Right ventricle, Left ventricle
tricuspid valve, bicuspid valve, aortic and pulmonary
Superior, inferior, pulmonary veins
pulmonary arteries and aorta
What are the chambers of the heart?
Right atrium, left atrium, Right ventricle, Left ventricle
What are the valves of the heart?
tricuspid valve, bicuspid valve, aortic and pulmonary
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Biomedical Unit 4 exam
Right ventricle, left ventricle, right…
How many chambers does the heart have?
Which side of the heart is oxygenated?
Which side of the heart is deoxygenated?
4 chambers
Left side
Right side
Right ventricle, left ventricle, right…
How many chambers does the heart have?
4 chambers
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Biomedical Unit 4 exam
Right ventricle, left ventricle, right…
How many chambers does the heart have?
Which side of the heart is oxygenated?
Which side of the heart is deoxygenated?
4 chambers
Left side
Right side
Right ventricle, left ventricle, right…
How many chambers does the heart have?
4 chambers
PLTW biomedical Unit 2 Review
A young patient has an increased thirs…
What is negative feedback?
What is positive feedback?
What is an example of positive feedback?
Type 1 Diabetes
A response to a change in the body that counteracts or oppose…
Feedback that increases the output of a process.
Blood clotting. The initial clotting triggers the formation o…
A young patient has an increased thirs…
Type 1 Diabetes
What is negative feedback?
A response to a change in the body that counteracts or oppose…
Unit 2 Biomedical Key Terms
Glucagon
Glucose Tolerance Test
Homeostasis
Hormone
A protein hormone secreted by pancreatic endocrine cells that…
A test of the body's ability to metabolize glucose that invol…
The maintenance of relatively stable internal physiological c…
A product of living cells that circulates in blood and produc…
Glucagon
A protein hormone secreted by pancreatic endocrine cells that…
Glucose Tolerance Test
A test of the body's ability to metabolize glucose that invol…
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Biomedical Unit 4 exam
Right ventricle, left ventricle, right…
How many chambers does the heart have?
Which side of the heart is oxygenated?
Which side of the heart is deoxygenated?
4 chambers
Left side
Right side
Right ventricle, left ventricle, right…
How many chambers does the heart have?
4 chambers
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Biomedical: Unit 3
Sickle cell disease
Why does the sickling of red blood cel…
What is sickle cell anemia?
How is anemia diagnosed?
Individuals who are homozygous for the gene controlling hemog…
The sickle shaped cells do not move smoothly through blood ve…
A condition in which the blood is deficient in red blood cell…
Hematocrit test.
Sickle cell disease
Individuals who are homozygous for the gene controlling hemog…
Why does the sickling of red blood cel…
The sickle shaped cells do not move smoothly through blood ve…
80 terms
Principles of Biomedical Sciences Unit 1
Biomedical Science
Control Group
Dependent Variable
Experiment
The application of the principles of the natural sciences, es…
The group in an experiment where the Independant variable bei…
The measurable effect, outcome, or response in which the rese…
A research study conducted to determine the effect that one v…
Biomedical Science
The application of the principles of the natural sciences, es…
Control Group
The group in an experiment where the Independant variable bei…
43 terms
biomedical science unit 2
glucagon
glucose tolerance test
homeostasis
hormone
a hormone released by the pancreas that raises blood sugar
a test to see how long it takes the body to use to sugar in y…
when your body is stable and nothing is wrong with it
is a product of living cells and is carried through the blood…
glucagon
a hormone released by the pancreas that raises blood sugar
glucose tolerance test
a test to see how long it takes the body to use to sugar in y…
39 terms
Biomedical unit 1
Control group
Data charts
Data charts need
Biomedical science
- the comparison group in an experiment.... - the group that doe…
Part of a scientific experiment that keeps the information (d…
Title, labeled columns, labeled rows, averages, units
The application of science, especially biology, to clinical m…
Control group
- the comparison group in an experiment.... - the group that doe…
Data charts
Part of a scientific experiment that keeps the information (d…
Biomedical Ethics - Unit V Quiz
- Contraception (non-natural but possi…
non-voluntary euthanasia
foreseen....unintended
True
Which of the following represent objections to the "Violation…
___________ is when death is brought about in interest of the…
According to the Doctrine of Double Effect, not every consequ…
The increasingly widespread use of mechanical ventilation and…
- Contraception (non-natural but possi…
Which of the following represent objections to the "Violation…
non-voluntary euthanasia
___________ is when death is brought about in interest of the…
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Biomedical chapter 5 study guide
Agar
Objects used in the experiment
gram staining steps
Forms of bacteria during gram staining
feeds the bacteria
petri dish... agar... metal loop... microscope... swap
drop of water on the microscope slide... mix bacteria... pass it o…
Coccus... Bassilus... Sperillium (Spiral)
Agar
feeds the bacteria
Objects used in the experiment
petri dish... agar... metal loop... microscope... swap
Biomedical Unit 2: Diabetes
What is the point of GTT testing?
What is Diabetes?
Type 1 Diabetes
Type 2 Diabetes
to check what type of diabetes the patient has/type
When a person has high blood sugar
Also known as juvenile diabetes... when the body can not produce…
When the body can produce insulin ... Can prevent Type 2 Diabete…
What is the point of GTT testing?
to check what type of diabetes the patient has/type
What is Diabetes?
When a person has high blood sugar
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Biomedical Vocabulary - Unit One
genetics
heredity
trait
DNA
the study of heredity and the variation of inherited characte…
the passing on of physical or mental characteristics genetica…
a distinguishing quality or characteristic, typically belongi…
deoxyribonucleic acid, a self-replicating material present in…
genetics
the study of heredity and the variation of inherited characte…
heredity
the passing on of physical or mental characteristics genetica…
PLTW: Biomedical Science Unit 1
1st step to a crime scene investigation
2nd step to a crime scene investigation
3rd step to a crime scene investigation
4th step to a crime scene investigation
1. Collect evidence
2. Sketch
3. Interview
4. Examine
1st step to a crime scene investigation
1. Collect evidence
2nd step to a crime scene investigation
2. Sketch
Biomedical Unit 1
Medical examiner
Coroner
Paramedic
EMTs
Examine inside the body, have more trainimg, does autopsys
Official called to scene, pronounce individuals dead, if a cr…
EMTs first them become paramedics, 2-3 yrs of training, do mo…
1 yr of training, first responders, not trained as much
Medical examiner
Examine inside the body, have more trainimg, does autopsys
Coroner
Official called to scene, pronounce individuals dead, if a cr…
43 terms
Biomedical Vocabulary Unit 2
Glucagon
Glucose Tolerance Test
Homeostasis
Hormone
A hormone formed in the pancreas that promotes the breakdown…
A medical test in which glucose is given and blood samples ta…
The tendency to maintain internal stability
A regulatory substance produced in an organism and transporte…
Glucagon
A hormone formed in the pancreas that promotes the breakdown…
Glucose Tolerance Test
A medical test in which glucose is given and blood samples ta…
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